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State of Emergency Declared for Oklahoma Counties

Posted by feww on February 26, 2013

State of Emergency Declared for 56 Oklahoma Counties, Kansas City, Washington County, FL

The state of Oklahoma has declared a state of emergency for 56 counties due to a powerful winter storm that is pounding the state. Blizzard conditions have moved into the state, creating whiteout conditions, prompting the  closure of highways in the Oklahoma Panhandle.


Kansas City Mayor has declared a State of Emergency for the city.

  • “This declaration allows the city to keep crews on, add additional personal to battle the storm, waive administrative and budget routine requirements and collective bargaining agreements, so that we are able to meet public safety and transportation needs without undue delay,” James said.  “Essentially we’re calling in everyone we can to help.” He said.
  • “This storm has the potential to be quite serious, and we know it’s going to dump somewhere in the neighborhood of 10 or more inches on Kansas City.”


Washington County in Florida has declared a state of emergency due to flash flooding. Torrential rains have inundated roadways causing dangerous driving conditions.

  • Significant flooding on the Choctawhatchee River is forecast with some sections expected to reach major flooding stage this week.

Mid-America:  Second major winter storm in five days

National Weather Service (NWS) has advised everyone from southern Texas to east-central Michigan to prepare for “one of the biggest winter storms to hit the region.”

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U.S. Weather Hazards Map – February 26, 2013 – Source: NWS

Storm Forecast

  • The latest storm is forecast to dump up to 18 inches of snow in some locations, like its predecessor 5 days ago. Some 10-14 inches of snow will be common through Tuesday night,  forecasters said.
  • Parts of 14 states are under winter weather alerts including Wyoming, Colorado, New Mexico, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma, Texas, Iowa, Missouri, Arkansas, Wisconsin, Illinois, Michigan and Indiana.
  • Blizzard Warnings are in effect for southeast Colorado, southwest Kansas, Northeast New Mexico, northwest Oklahoma and the Oklahoma Panhandle and the Texas Panhandle.
  • Winter Storm Watches cover parts of Iowa, Illinois, Wisconsin, and Michigan.
  • additional details at


A historic blizzard has buffeted Texas Panhandle, shutting down roads and airports, knocking out power in multiple areas.

  • The blizzard dumped more than 19 inches of snow in Amarillo on Monday, setting a new record for the snowiest February day.


The Mid North and Coffs Coast have been declared disaster zones by the Australian Pm and New South Wales Premier, as  10,000 people in the Kempsey shire remain isolated by flood waters.

  • Disaster Declared in 11 Australian Zones
  • “This is the second largest flood I’ve seen in 45 years, probably the third largest in 100 years.” said a long time resident of the Thora Valley.  “1950 was the really big one, followed by 2001, and then this current event,” he said.
  • Australia’s weather bureau is forecasting 24-hour rainfalls totals in south-east Queensland of up to 200mm.

Related Links

Cyclone RUSTY

RUSTY-cimssLW IR Sat image of Tropical Cyclone RUSTY –  with projected path.  Source: CIMSS


February 26, 2013 – DISASTER CALENDAR SYMBOLIC COUNTDOWN: 1,110 Days Left 

Mass die-offs resulting from human impact and the planetary response to the anthropogenic assault could occur by early 2016.

  • SYMBOLIC COUNTDOWN: 1,110 Days Left to ‘Worst Day’ in the brief Human  History
  • The countdown began on May 15, 2011 …


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